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Datamax-O'Neil H-Class Label Printer C93 L1-480000V4 H-6308

Datamax-O'Neil H-Class Label Printer C93 L1-480000V4 H-6308
$3614.24
Manufacturer: Datamax-O'Neil
Mfg Number: C93 L1-480000V4
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Model: H-6308
Condition: New
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Specifications
Product TypeDirect Thermal/Thermal Transfer Printer
Brand NameDatamax-O'Neil
ManufacturerDatamax-O'Neil
Product ModelH-6308
Product NameH-Class H-6308 Label Printer
Product LineH-Class
Manufacturer Part NumberC93 L1-480000V4
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.datamax-oneil.com
Maximum Mono Print Speed8 in/s
Print Color CapabilityMonochrome
Maximum Print Resolution300 dpi
Maximum Print Width6.40"
Recommended UseLabel Print
EthernetYes
USBYes
Serial PortYes
Parallel PortYes
Maximum Label Width6.70"
Media TypeRoll FedFanfoldContinuous LabelContinuous TagDie-cut LabelPerforated LabelTicket StockBlack Mark
Height13"
Width15"
Depth18.9"
Form FactorDesktop
Weight (Approximate)47 lb
Platform SupportedPC
Package Contents
  • H-Class H-6308 Label Printer
  • Software CD
Limited Warranty1 Year
Standard Memory16 MB
Description
The Industrial Work HorseThe H-Class is a rugged and versatile printer that offers one of the most feature rich solutions for dynamic enterprise applications and is twice as fast as other printers in its class. The H-Class is ideal for high volume label printing in manufacturing, warehouse, transportation, and high resolution labeling. H-Class reduces the total cost of ownership with its gear driven design to provide rugged and reliable performance for 24X7 mission critical services.
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